The paper describes a simple and important ferroelectric nature of succinic Acid disodium salt hexa-hydrate. In this paper we have studied the variation of dielectric constant with temperature in compressed rectangular pellet formhaving silver paint electrodes using MOTWANE capacity, measuring unit DM-3750B. The plot shows a 2nd order phase transition at about 700C and a sharp rise of dielectric constant at a very high value 9.4 at 1490C following a phase transition at this temperature.The... Topics: Dielectric, Ferroelectric, Dielectric Loss, Pyro-Electric, Phase Transition, Hysteresis
This study aims to understand thoroughly the effects of calcining and sintering conditions on the relative permittivity and sintering behaviors of the solid solution method of preparing BSTs. BST (BaSrTiO, x = 0.6, 0.7,0.8 x1-x3and 0.9) was synthesized using an established solid-state reaction method [R.K. Roeder, E.B. Slamovich, Stoichiometry control and phase selection in hydrothermally derived BaSrTiO powders, J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 82 (7) (1999) 1655, R. x1-x3Ganesh, E. Goo, Microstructure and... Topics: X-Ray Diffraction, Dielectric Constant, Dielectric Loss, Calcining, Sintering
The paper describes a simple and important ferroelectric nature of succinic Acid disodium salt hexa-hydrate. Inthis paper we have studied the variation of dielectric constant with temperature in compressed rectangular pellet formhaving silver paint electrodes using MOTWANE capacity, measuring unit DM-3750B. The plot shows a 2nd order phasetransition at about 700C and a sharp rise of dielectric constant at a very high value 9.4 at 1490C following a phasetransition at this temperature.The lattice... Topics: Dielectric, Ferroelectric, Dielectric Loss, Pyro-Electric, Phase Transition, Hysteresis
This study aims to understand thoroughly the effects of calcining and sintering conditions on the relative permittivity and sintering behaviors of the solid solution method of preparing BSTs. BST (BaxSr1-xTiO3, x = 0.6, 0.7,0.8and 0.9) was synthesized using an established solid-state reaction method [R.K. Roeder, E.B. Slamovich, Stoichiometry control and phase selection in hydrothermally derived BaxSr1-xTiO3 powders, J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 82 (7) (1999) 1655, R. Ganesh, E. Goo, Microstructure... Topics: X-Ray Diffraction, Dielectric Constant, Dielectric Loss, Calcining, Sintering
The nanoparticle of barium zirconate titanate (BZT) ceramic was synthesized by solid state reaction method at 1200°C. Single perovskite phase having cubic symmetry is confirmed by X-Ray Diffraction. There are two transition temperatures present around 200K and 330K. The dielectric properties reveal that BZT is a relaxor ferroelectric confirmed by diffusion of two phases (tetragonal and cubic phase). The dielectric constant of BZT ceramics exhibited broad peaks curve near the Tm. This... Topics: XRD, Dielectric Constant, Ferroelectric, Relaxor
Bell System Technical Journal, 20: 1. January 1941 pp 125-128. Abstracts of Technical Articles by Bell System Authors. Topics: frequency, dielectric, modulation, atomic, hysteresis, stability, annealed, neutron, transmission,...
In this work, study of the effect of nanosilver particles on A.C electrical and thermal properties of polymer matrix consisting of polyvinyl alcohol and polyvinyl- pyrrolidone. The samples of (PVA-PVP-Ag) nanocomposites were prepared by using casting method. The weight percentages of nanosilver are (0, 5,10, 15 and 20) wt.%. The experimental results show that the dielectric and thermal properties of (PVA-PVP) are changed with increase of the nanosilver concentrations. Topics: Dielectric Properties, Thermal Properties, Polyvinyl Pyrrolidone, Nanosilver
Bell System Technical Journal, 16: 4. October 1937 pp 574-577. Addendum to "Radio Propagation Over Plane Earth - Field Stength Curves". (Burrows, Charles R.) Topics: equation, oscillations, dielectric, propagation, factor, amplitudes, attenuation, curves,...
In this work, an attempt has been made to study dielectric properties of CaCu3Ti4O12 ceramics. For this, CaCu3Ti4O12 was prepared by a modified solid state reaction method. The dielectric constant (ε') and dielectric loss (tan δ = ε''/ε') were measured within the frequency range from 102 Hz to 106 Hz and the temperature ranging from 30°C to 300°C using HP 4192A LF Impedance Analyzer. The results showed that the dielectric constant and dielectric loss of the sample are frequency... Topics: CaCu3Ti4O12, dielectric constant (ε') dielectric loss (tan δ = ε''/ε')
Mathematical expression for tensor of dielectric permeability of heterogeneous plasma confined by constant magnetic field Topics: CONFINEMENT, DIELECTRIC PERMEABILITY, HETEROGENEITY, PLASMA CONFINEMENT, TENSOR ANALYSIS,...
Dielectric analysis was performed on pristine and azo-dye doped PMMA with different doping levels. The temperature and frequency dependences of dielectric permittivity (ε'), dissipation factor (tan δ) and Ac conductivity(σAC) are studied in the frequency range 100 Hz -100 kHz in temperature range 30-120 oC. It is noticed that the values of ε' decreases with increasing frequency and reach to a nearly constant value at high frequency. On the other hand the dependence of ε' on the temperature... Topics: PMMA, Azo Dye Doping, AC Conductivity, Dielectric Constant
The characteristics of uniform discharge of non-thermal plasma are investigated on the indigenously developed plasma system. The plasma reactor consists of two closely spaced parallel-plated electrodes, driven by an electrical power to generate uniform cold plasma. It was observed that, when the voltage across the electrodes increased beyond breakdownvoltage, uniform discharge was observed. Distance between electrodes, applied voltage, thickness of dielectric barrier, carrier gas and surface... Topics: Non Thermal Plasma, Cold Plasma, Dielectric Barrier, Uniform Discharge
Thermally stimulated Depolarization Current (TSDC) technique is one of the most well known techniques used for the study of molecular motions in a polymer by considering the relaxation processes taking place inside the system. This paper describes the TSDC studies of bio-magneto-electrets of L- Serine. The processes that are taking place during TSDC are similar but opposite to that during magneto electret formation. Therefore the forming parameters will be having a great effect on TSDC spectra.... Topics: Magneto electrets, TSDC, biopolymers, amino acid, L- serine, dielectric materials
The Ferroelectric, Dielectric, and Raman studies of Potassium Nitrate (KNO 3): Polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF) composite films have been studied. The composite film shows the largest value of remanent polarization (P r) in 50 wt. % composition. The ferroelectric phase (phase-III) of potassium nitrate in the composite films shows the nature of ferroelectricity up to room temperature using dielectric measurements. Raman spectroscopy of potassium nitrate (KNO 3) composite films indicates the... Topics: Ferroelectricity, Potassium Nitrate, Dielectric Properties, Ferroelectric Polymers, Composite Films.
Polypyrrole is a well known conducting polymer whose electrical properties have been studied deeply. Amongst the various ways of polymerizing Pyrrole chemical route was chosen for the present study. Ferric chloride was chosen as an oxidizing agent. Cadmium was found to be an appropriate dopant. Cadmium belongs to group IIB with atomic number 48 having electronic configuration [Kr] 4d10 5s2. An expected substitution of Cd with Nitrogen of Pyrrole would leave a single electron with Cd after bond... Topics: Absorption Coefficient, Extinction Coefficient, Refractive Index, Optical Conductivity, Dielectric...
Safety requirements and guidelines are listed for the space shuttle orbiter and for its interface with other vehicles. The requirements and guidelines are specific to the hazards and emergencies in earth orbit. The requirements and guidelines for the orbiter are those with respect to vehicle design, safety devices, warning devices, operational procedures, and residual hazards. The requirements and guidelines for interface with the space station, upper stage vehicles, and sortie payloads are... Topics: DIELECTRIC PROPERTIES, RADIO COMMUNICATION, SUPERCONDUCTIVITY, PHOTOELECTRICITY, SIGNAL TO NOISE...
In the present Study, the Strontium doped Zinc Manganese Titanate (SrxZn1-xMnTiO5, x=0.1, 0.3, 0.5, 0.7 & 0.9)Ceramics were prepared by conventional solid state reaction route. The raw powders were mixed according to molar ratioand the mixed powders were grained with Ball Mill for 12h. The grained samples were calcined at 1150oC and sintered attemperature 1250oC. These samples were characterized by XRD, SEM, and HIOKI 3532-50 LCR Hitester for structural,Micro structural and Dielectric... Topics: Solid State Reaction Route, XRD, SEM, Dielectric Constant, Activation Energy
The present study reports the dielectric behavior of unusual H-Shaped liquid crystal dimer named Bis[5-(4’-ndodecyloxybenzoyloxy)-2-(4”-chlorophenylazo)phenyl]butylethers (12-Cl-H4). The observations suggest that relaxation mode observed in MHz region follows the Cole-Cole theory for the given sample. Various dielectric parameters such as relaxation frequency, relaxation strength, dielectric permittivity, activation energy have been evaluated. The dielectric behavior of the... Topics: Liquid Crystal Dimer, Dielectric Permittivity, Relaxation Frequency, Activation Energy
Low density polyethylene (LDPE) blends with different percentages of ethylene vinyl acetate polymer membranes were prepared by a hot press casting method. The effects of EVA content on the electrical properties of LDPE were studied. The results on the electrical properties revealed that the surface resistance, volume resistivity, and breakdown voltage of the LDPE decrease with EVA content and reach a minimum at a 30 wt% of EVA. Dielectric constant and dielectric loss factor were increased with... Topics: Low density polyethylene, Ethylene vinyl acetate, Dielectric properties, Breakdown voltage
THE RESEARCH IS REPORTED CONCERNING THE PROCESSES OF SYNOPTIC SCALE IN THE TROPICAL REGIONS. THE DEVELOPMENT OF A NUMERICAL MODEL OF TROPICAL CIRCULATION TO STUDY THE INTERACTION OF ATMOSPHERIC PROCESSES IS DISCUSSED ALONG WITH THE ANALYSIS OF PROCESSES BY SYNOPTIC METHODS. Topics: MICROELECTRONICS, MICROSTRIP DEVICES, RESONATORS, DIELECTRIC PROPERTIES, ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS,...
byGarcia, J.; Mendoza, C.; Bautista, M. A.; Gorczyca, T. W.; Kallman, T. R.; Palmeri, P
The high spectral resolutions of the Chandra and XMM-Newton X-ray observatories have unveiled the useful diagnostic possibilities of oxygen K absorption. To mention a few, strong O VII and O VIII edges are almost ubiquitous in the spectra of Seyfert 1 galaxies which have been used by Lee et al. (2001) to predict of a warm dust absorber along the line of sight; although this conclusion has been criticized in the light of a data reanalysis (SA0 et al. 2003), Steenbrugge et al. (2003) have... Topics: CERAMICS, PYROELECTRICITY, DIELECTRIC PROPERTIES, INFRARED DETECTORS, HEAT SINKS
Ion conducting glasses 30 Li2O: (70-X) B2O3): X Al2O3 have been prepared over wide range composition (x = 0, 5, 10, 15 and 20 mole %). The mixed former effect on lithium ion transport due to addition of Al2O3 in series of Lithium borate glasses have been investigated. The electrical conductivity and dielectric relaxation of these glasses was analyzed using Aligent LCR analyzer in frequency range (1Hz – 1MHz) at different temperature (323k – 623k). The decrease in conductivity with the... Topics: Electrical Conductivity, Dielectric Constants, Relaxation Frequency, Mixed Former Effect
The electrical properties of the spinel ferrite having general chemical formula NixMg0.5-xCu0.1Zn0.4Fe2O4 (where x= 0.1, 0.2, 0.3, 0.4 & 0.5) have been studied. The samples in the series were prepared by standard double sintering ceramic method. DC resistivity (ρ) measurements were carried out as a function of temperature using simple two-probe method and activation energy (∆E) was determined. It is found that conduction is due to formation of small... Topics: Magnetic Materials, Ceramic Method, Dielectric Properties, Electrical Properties
William Cecil Dampier Whetham The Theory of Experimental Electricity Cambridge University Press 1912 Acrobat 7 Pdf 17.0 Mb. Scanned by artmisa using Canon DR2580C + flatbed option Topics: Electrostatics, Dielectric, Magnetism, Induction, Units, Waves, Electrolysis, Radioactivity